Dec. 15, 2017
Now available online through OSU Extension, Montgomery County! Food Safety Level 2 online training is being offered by Ohio State University Extension, Montgomery County in partnership with TAP Series. This program meets Ohio Department of Health requirements for Level 2 Certification in Food Protection. Select either the Food Safety Manager Certification Training OR the Retail Food Safety Manager Certification Training.
Mar. 21, 2019
Beginning in March and into April, there are many local and national business campaigns to support Montgomery County and Ohio 4‐H. A few of these are:
Dec. 31, 2018
This time of year we fall victim to, what I term, holiday fever. Unlike spring fever, it is a shorter, much more expensive seasonal affliction lasting to January 2nd leaving you 10 pounds heavier and your wallet 10 pounds lighter. At some point, you realize you have acquired a poinsettia. While it is bright, beautiful, and festive during December, it quickly seems to wilt or drop leaves as soon as January begins.
Dec. 12, 2018
Charlie Blumer, 4-H member in Oakwood SRO 4-H Club, reports that his two month experience with the Ohio 4-H/LABO Exchange was “life changing and amazing!” Charlie’s first month in Japan was spent with a host family in Tokyo. During that month, he went to Japanese school with other 4-H delegates from the US and Canada. In these classes he studied the Japanese language and took cultural classes.
Nov. 01, 2018
The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is a free nutrition education program targeting low income families with children. Grant funded through the USDA/NIFA, EFNEP has taught thousands of Montgomery County residents over the past 50 years. Our series of nine (90 minute) lessons concentrate on food safety, healthy eating, budgeting food dollars, and the importance of physical activity. Our classes include food tastings, cooking classes, class incentives, and a certificate of completion from The Ohio State University.
Oct. 03, 2018
The Healthy Corner Store Initiative is designed to help corner stores in food desert communities in Dayton to build relationships with store owners and make gradual changes with support and training.
Oct. 01, 2018
Does chicken have to be cooked to one uniform temperature, or can it be eaten like steak — rare, medium rare, medium or well done?
Sep. 18, 2018
Now accepting applications for the 2019 Master Gardener Intern Class.
Applications are due to the Extension Office (580 Calumet Lane, Dayton OH 45417) or Kim Hupman (firstname.lastname@example.org) by October 31, 2018.
Click here to find the MGV application.
Aug. 30, 2018
4-H Report Form - Due October 4th
Award Application is based on project work, leadership, participation & service during your years in 4-H.
Additional Cash Awards for Essay #5 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place
Junior Fair Board - December 1st
Aug. 22, 2018
Suzanne Mills-Wasniak, Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator has been partnering with the University of Dayton and St. Vincent de Paul on the Shelter Farm at the Gettysburg Gateway Shelter for Men.
To read the full article about this project, click here.